Effectively Navigating a Complex World

  • 05 Oct 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Washtenaw Community College, Morris Lawrence Building, Room 140, 4800 E. Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor MI 48105

Registration

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  • Late registration for individual chapter members
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October, 5th2017

TIME: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

  

Effectively Navigating a Complex World


Contextual Intelligence is about facilitating adaptive and responsive leadership! We all are experiencing an unprecedented pace of change and must navigate and adapt to constantly changing environments. This reality requires a new perspective of leadership, one that includes a holistic view of the context in which we interact and includes flexibility, adaptation, and resilience. Come and learn a new framework where the individual and organization can more effectively navigate the volatility, complexity and ambiguity of their environment.

In this session, we'll explore:

  • Strategies to navigate complexity.
  • How to generate new ideas in a hectic environment.
  • Discerning between what is complicated and what is complex.

Agenda:
5:30 - 5:50 pm   Dinner & Networking 
5:50 - 6:05 pm   Welcome & Introductions
6:05 - 7:15 pm   Presentation & Practice
7:15 - 7:30 pm   Learning Wrap-Up & Meeting Close

Location:

Washtenaw Community College
Morris Lawrence Building
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Registration:

Register by September 29th and save $5

  • Chapter members = $20
  • Student members = $15
  • Non-member guests = $40
    (Join now and save up to $25!)

Registrations are not considered definite or confirmed until payment has been submitted.

Cancellations & Refunds:

Cancellations will be accepted until 5 pm on Friday, September 29th.

  • Cancellations received prior to this time/date should be requested in writing and sent to finance@a2atd.org.
  • Refunds will be issued either (1) by check (less a $5 processing fee) and will be mailed to the address on file or (2) transferred to the next scheduled A2ATD meeting date.

Refunds after Friday, September 29th at 5 pm cannot be issued, but we will gladly accept a substitution should you wish to send someone in your place.

About the Presenter:



Dr. Matt Kutz is the award-winning author of Contextual Intelligence: How Thinking in 3D Can Help Resolve Complexity, Uncertainty, and Ambiguity. Kutz is an international scholar who has lived and worked in Rwanda (as a Fulbright Scholar, University of Rwanda) and Australia (Research Fellow, Gold Coast University Hospital). He is an Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University in the College of Education and Human Development and has worked with Fortune 500 and multinational corporations including P&G, Marathon Petroleum Co., Airtel Ltd., Gold Coast Health, Mercy Health, and ConX2Share.


Jeneen McNally, President of Speak So They Listen, LLC is a Corporate Trainer, Coach, Interviewer, and Business Developer. She is also the Director of Sales for the University of Michigan Operations Leadership Workshop.


She coaches and presents workshops about how to "Speak So They Listen"...speaking and presenting so you are listened to AND understood in: 1-1 conversations, meetings, and giving presentations.  

ATD Competency Model:

Outline the process of CPLP certification

Relate the CPLP certification to their professional career development aspirations and goals

Identify resources to support their interests in the CPLP application

Reflect on their professional competencies for talent development

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